4 based on 205 reviews
The food at Unser Boot was outstanding. Don't be put off by the relatively limited menu, the lovely fresh fish was delicious. One of us had the whole sole, breaded and fried. The fish were huge and had a wonderful texture. The other tried the cod loin on a bed of fennel. Highly recommended. As was the white chocolate liqueur we had to finish off our meal.That evening there was a delay in the food arriving, due to an unexpected lack of staff in the kitchen, but we were kept informed by the friendly staff, given the liqueur "on the house" to finish and the quality of the food erased any memory of the delay once it arrived.Do book ahead though - it's not a huge restaurant and you're unlikely to get a table otherwise.
4 based on 191 reviews
Herzlich willkommen zu Genuss mit Weitblick! Wie ein Leuchtturm ragt der Wattkieker Ã¼ber den Nordseestrand des Harlesieler AuÃenhafens und bietet durch seine verschiedenen Bereiche etwas fÃ¼r jeden Geschmack. Den spektakulÃ¤ren Ausblick auf die drei ostfrie
My family and German friends had a beautiful seafood meal at Wattkieker. I highly recommend this wonderful restaurant. Beautiful decor with a North Sea theme and very friendly staff. Excellent sea views and great value for money.
3 based on 88 reviews
The menu is interesting seafood combinations. We tried the fish assorted platter for two people. What was stated was the 5 different fish types were fresh. Dissappointingly, only two tasted fresh (salmon was one and it was cooked to perfection) and the other three were either not fresh or overcooked. All the fish except the salmon had a rather unfortunate curry seasoning which made it difficult to taste (and it was simply aweful--you only need salt & pepper with butter for fresh fish--a hint to the restaurant management). The two side dishes: the potato salad was very boring and nearly tasteless however the baked potatoes were very nicely done and recommended.Your staff are welcoming and friendly and although once they forgot out wine, no issue with the service.Has a lot of potential if the chef/management learn how to prepare fresh seafood.
5 based on 223 reviews
We headed here because this place is listed 1st here on trip advisor. The food was fresh, hot and good and the service was super friendly and just right. Although it was off season the place filled up quickly.
3 based on 53 reviews
One does not normally associate railroad station restaurants with quality cuisine. The Pizza-Bar Bahnhof, however, rises up as the radiant exception to this rule, in part because it is, as it were, a railroad venue that is a horse of a different color: a former station for the "island railroad" that also happens to stand adjacent to the older station for the historic horse-drawn train. A temptation for the proprietor of such a venue would be to wallow in historical kitsch. Not so at the Pizza-Bar Bahnhof, which has the feel of a modern urban pizzeria as well as the charm of an island getaway. Offering a wonderful view of the western sunset as well as a deck for al fresco dining, the Pizza-Bar Bahnhof delivers a surprisingly rich menu containing all of the Italian favorites as well as some recent innovations. Especially laudable is the appetizer portion of pizza dough mini-rolls with herbal aioli. Salads were fresh and dressings savored of boutique oils; laudable pizzas offered a taste seldom found outside of Italy, let alone on a far-away North Sea Island. Service is polite, friendly, but not theatrical--in other words, just right for the venue. Diners are sure to depart from the Pizza-Bar Bahnhof with a desire to buy a return ticket. The restaurant rates a "very good" because it will still need to evolve and focus its menu, but if, per its name, it stays on track it is surely heading toward a full five-point excellent sometime in the very near future.
4 based on 167 reviews
The designation "Fischretaurant" is unfortuntely misleading, for the Capitanshaus--as its command-quality name suggests--offers a comprehensive menu that includes a full range of dining options, including upgraded, updated versions of some of the German classics. Situated in a historic house a few steps northeast of the village center, the Capitanshaus has succeeded in creating an island, maritime, "vintage" atmosphere in its dining room without falling into kitsch or nostalgia. Fresh and modern, robust but refined, the front-of-the-house decor prepares the visiting diner for an invigorating experience. At our table, we enjoyed a mix of familiar and innovative fish dishes as well as one traditionally rendered German classic pork offering and one German classic pork dish that had been metamorphosed for modern tastes. Plating was elegant, refined, and even artistic--a notable contrast to the partitioned heaps of meat and proteins found in all too many Spiekeroog refectories. Service was crisp; it combined island friendliness with urban panache. Of all the restaurants on Spiekeroog, this one has been most successful in revitalizing traditional fare and in rising to modern culinary expectations.
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